The Washington Post - Correction

Thursday, December 3, 2009
A Nov. 26 article in the District edition of Local Living incorrectly said a Public Enemy song declared 9/11 a joke. The song refers to 911, the emergency phone number.
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16 Responses:

  1. pete23 says:

    Everyone is well aware that neither Flava Flav or Chuck D went to their offices in the towers that day. NWA? NWO!

  2. erg says:

    This is so funny, I had to grit my teeth 'til they nearly hurt.

    And safety says; it's nevah 911, it's always written 9-1-1, because people panic when they can't find the "eleven" button.

  3. t0rque says:

    Get up, I said get-g-get down.

  4. discogravy says:

    and now i want to hear public enemy's unwritten hit "9/11 is a joke"

  5. autodidactic says:

    9/11 is a f'n joke:

    What kills me: Scuttlebutt has it that the person who made the mistake was a Howard University graduate. It makes me have a black sad.

  6. asjo says:

    Public Enemy: Ahead of their time.

    At least in 1990.

  7. mysterc says:

    Easy mistake. Produced by Hank Shoklee Jr. And the BOMB squad...

    Here's a letter to the newyork... WASHINGTON post!

  8. superbacana says:

    Next up: Biggie claims to blow up "like the World Trade."

  9. davesmith42 says:

    Anyone found the original article yet? My Google skiils are weak, apparently, and I'm very curious as to the context of this.